Towards a pro-poor corn policy in Kenya–poor Kenyans now spend 25 percent of their income on corn

by IRIN News

Almost all Kenyans eat maize – an average of almost 100kg each a year – but they pay a lot more for the staple than many of their regional neighbours. The poorest Kenyans now spend over a quarter of their income on the cereal.

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